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Bungoma Senator David Wafula trashed UDA party secretary general Cleophas Malalah's call to fold Ford Kenya and ANC parties and join Kenya Kwanza.
The Senator also stated that he won't allow Ford Kenya to be folded arguing that there was no agreement with Kenya Kwanza Coalition.
His statement comes a few days after ANC party leader Issa Timamy and members of parliament ganged up against former Senator Cleophas Malalah saying they won't allow the folding of the ANC party.
Abinizia Mugoywa ANC Party Chairman in Nakuru said that the ANC members will continue to play role in the Kenya Kwanza Coalition. He added that Malalah has no authority to start dictating other parties in Kenya's Kwanza to Fold especially now that they are hardly six months into the elections.
"It looks quite absurd that somebody would come up with this statement of folding of our party."The chairman said. He later confirmed that the ANC party won't fold.
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